Chris Moschovitis was a guest on the Nonprofit MBA Podcast with Stephen Halasnik to discuss how nonprofits can compete using technology. Technology has evolved immensely over the past decade and has opened up many more opportunities for businesses while saving money and time. The idea to leverage technology in a small nonprofit can receive mixed reactions. Executive Directors may believe that using technology can not solve all of their problems, but IT is one of the most powerful tools ever created.
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Chris is an active speaker and writer, and delivers workshops on a variety of topics, including Cyber Security, Privacy, Information Technology Strategy, Governance and Execution, and Digital and Business Transformation. Chris is particularly sought after by private industry, academic institutions and nonprofits for his ability to explain complex IT and cybersecurity topics in a plain, easily understood, and actionable language
Chris’ book “Cybersecurity Program Development for Business: The Essential Planning Guide” was published to critical acclaim by Wiley in 2018. His second book“Privacy, Regulations, and Cybersecurity: The Essential Planning Guide” just came out.
Chris is founding board member of One In Tech, a foundation promoting gender parity, equal access, and education in technology and cybersecurity. Chris company, Technology Management Group which started in 1989, prepares your IT strategic plan and helps you with your IT budget. TMG can also manage all your technology so that it aligns with your business as well as address any tech and software projects that you undertake.
About Stephen Halasnik
Stephen Halasnik is the host of the popular, The Nonprofit MBA Podcast. Mr. Halasnik is the Cofounder of Financing Solutions which is a leading provider of Lines of Credit to nonprofit and small businesses. The line of credit program for nonprofits is fast, easy, inexpensive, and costs nothing to set up making it a great cash backup plan. You can learn more about the Nonprofit line of credit program or apply for a nonprofit credit line here. You can also call 862-207-4118.